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Transparency refers to the level of denier (or material thickness) that hosiery is made with. Transparent tights have a lower denier number, usually less than 40, so that they are see-through. A lower denier count also means the material is more thin and delicate.
What is sheer fabric?
Sheer fabric basically makes up anything we refer to as transparent. There is a low density knit made from materials like gossamer, silk, rayon, or most commonly, nylon that is typically used for more formal women's attire as it offers little heat insulation and protection against the sun. Sheer stockings, or pantyhose, have been popular since the 1920s when they were mostly commonly worn as a part of women's nightwear.
Why wear transparent tights?
It may seem a bit unnecessary to wear tights that are invisible. Wouldn't bare legs then do the same job? Well, not entirely. Women have worn transparent tights for decades because they help cover up skin blemishes, protect against chafing and add a nice glittery shine to the legs. Newly introduced fashion tights add even more with different types of patterns and appearances. This can be a nice alternative during the warmer seasons to thick leggings so you can still get the style, but without overheating.